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Highlights in South Australia
- Famous vineyards
- National Parks
- Exotic animal zoo
- Enchanting beaches
Holiday rentals and lettings in South Australia
If you are keen to visit exotic places and be in contact with different cultures, Holidu will take to southern Australia, a world of wonderful experiences and fun and unique things to do. Get up close to outstanding Australian wildlife just minutes from Adelaide's banking district, or cruise with sharks and sea lions on the mighty Eyre Peninsula. South Australia has 18 wine regions and is recognised as the Great Wine Capital of the World. So if you are a beach lover you will feel like you are in heaven on these wonderful beaches.Enjoy holidays rentals with pools and wonderful views
With simple designs that are harmonious with nature, the holiday rentals in South Australia are your best choice. You can spend days of complete joy and peace in an environment full of nature and exotic landscapes. Your children can have fun like never before, either in the pool or the sea that will be very close to you. You also have all the comforts that you like so much like air conditioning, internet, hot tub, television, balcony, and you may even stumble upon a furry friend in your garden. Yes, give yourself the pleasure of meeting these great animals! Do not miss it!
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On the Eyre Peninsula of South Australia, just outside Port Lincoln Glen-Forest Tourist Park offers attractions from miniature golf and Segway rides to vineyards and wildlife encounters. For sure the animals will be the main attraction! The park is home to koalas, dingoes, wombats, kangaroos, emus and more, and many species can be hand-fed.Take a visit to Kangaroo Island
With its unmistakable Australian name, you will not be surprised that Kangaroo Island is one of the best places to observe Australia's native wildlife. Australia's third-largest island, this unspoiled haven is a treasure trove of natural wonders, from red rock cliffs to sandy beaches, dunes and wild scrub.
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Admirals Arch, originally an ancient cave, has been shaped by the intense winds and waves that hit the coast of Kangaroo Island. Stalactites still hang from the rocky ceiling, while the floor has eroded to a smooth finish. The Arch has been designated a geological monument and is one of the island's 27 geological monuments.South Australia for outdoor experiences
Flinders Chase National Park is one of the most diverse wastelands in Australia. With a tangled network of shortcuts and coastal walks, the park presents territories of interest, both natural and historical. Popular experiences include visiting the wind-sculpted Remarkable Rocks or the Admirals Arch, which stretches out over the mighty ocean that shaped it.
The capital of Australia South is Adelaide, also called "City of Churches" famous for its rich culture, and it is surrounded by the vineyards of the Barossa Valley
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One of the most picturesque stadiums in the world, the Adelaide Oval dates back to 1871. Noted for cricket, a sport that characterizes the British colonies, it also hosts rugby, concerts, Australian football and plus. In addition to a café, fine dining restaurant and corporate event spaces, it offers a museum dedicated to cricket legend Donald Bradman, a whole show that you cannot miss.2. Visit Adelaide Zoo
The Adelaide Zoo is home to almost 2,500 animals, with around 250 different species from around the world. Along with Australian favourites like kangaroos, koalas, and Tasmanian devils, the zoo is renowned for its pair of giant pandas, Wang and Fun, the only animals of their kind in Australia.3. Climb up Mangler Hill
One of the most popular scenic overlooks in the Barossa Valley, Mangler Hill Lookout allow you to enjoy panoramic views of the extensive vineyards and rolling hills of the region. The nearby sculpture park beneath Mangler Hill gives you a fun look at the works of nine artists who visited the area in 1988.4. Get to know Mount Raised
Despite its name, Mount Lofty is far from being elevated, standing only 2,385 feet (727 meters) tall on Mt. Lofty Ranges, part of the Adelaide Hills. The summit offers views of Adelaide and the ocean, with a coffee, information centre and store, and access to trails.5. Enjoy Peter Lehmann Wines
This South Australian favourite medium-sized vineyard was built in just five months in 1980. Since then, Peter Lehmann Wines' exquisite red and white wines have been recognized, both locally and internationally, and its true family farm feel has welcomed visitors for generations.